new Remote Monitoring and Diagnostics Center (M&D) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
GE Power Services has launched a new Remote Monitoring and Diagnostics Center (M&D) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, supporting more than 70 power plants, and 200 power generation assets in more than 10 countries in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region. The M&D Center features GE’s Fleet360 total plant solution—showcasing GE’s cross-fleet capabilities, resulting in increased performance and reliability.
The M&D Center reinforces GE’s commitment to the region. The state-of-the-art facility is the home to over 85 engineering experts who are analyzing real-time data, diagnosing problems, and providing customized solutions.
“As a total plant solutions provider, we are constantly evolving and refining our support capabilities, in line with our customers’ changing business goals and operating environments,” said Anders Maltesen, general manager—Asia-Pacific for GE’s Power Services. “M&D is part of our continued commitment to drive digital transformation in today’s dynamic energy landscape and to develop better services and solutions for our customers in Asia Pacific.”
The M&D Center, along with the Fleet360 platform, is projected to cut regional maintenance and repair cost by 30 percent. What’s more, GE’s digital solution suite serves as another problem-solving tool engineers can use to deliver maximum performance.
“The continuous operational data flow through M&D keeps the customer sites and engineering teams in constant contact. This creates the ideal platform for better collaboration between our engineers and customers, which facilitates a faster and more complete resolution to the problems faced,” Maltesen added.